No conspiracy, no connection to Benghazi. Just human nature.
Sara Pain is to the Tea Party Movement as Eva Peron was to Peronism
Judge Napolitano is subbing for Bill O'Reilly on the O'Reilly Factor show on the radio today. He has pronounced the clearest, concise, most compelling arguments against the Patriot Act and the NSA warrantless wiretap program I have ever heard. That this otherwise extremely pro-Bush and pro-War comentator would so passionately argue in favor of protecting the 1st and 4th amendments is an indication of how polorizing these issues are even within the conservative wing of the GOP. Maybe this will embolden more Democrats to become more vocal and unambiguous about their opposition to measures that undermine our civil liberties. Napolitano keeps saying: "Give me Liberty or give me death!" Indeed.
Chris Matthews, showing uunprecedented rigor in his critique of the War in Iraq, elequontly and passionately countered every one of the Administrations arguments for going to war in Iraq, leaving Tory speechless and flustered. Chris hammered Ms. Clark on every rationale for going to war: WMDs, being greeted with flowers and oppen arms, spreading freedom throuhout the middle east, Iraq oil would pay for the war. Tory tried to shift the blame to "a massive intelligence failure", but Chris would have none of it, placing the blame squarely on the Administartion that mislead the nation into a deadly war.